History of Norfolk/Volume 1

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Including the hundreds (administrative areas) of:

  • Diss, including the villages and towns of:
    • Diss
    • Roydon
    • Brisingham (now Bressingham)
    • Fersfield
    • Shelfhanger (now Shelfanger)
    • Burston
    • Osmundeston, or Scole (now Scole)
    • Thorp-parva, or Little Thorp (now merged into Thorpe Abbotts)
    • Frense (now Frenze)
    • Thelton (now Thelveton)
    • Shimpling
    • Gissing
    • Winfarthing
    • Dickleburgh
    • Titshall (now Tivetshall)
  • Giltcross, including the villages and towns of:
    • Giltcross
    • Lopham
    • Norton
    • Gatesthorp (now Gasthorpe)
    • Garboldesham
    • Ridlesworth (now Riddlesworth)
    • Rushworth (now Rushford)
    • Snarehill-House (now Snarehill)
    • West-Herling (now West Harling)
    • Little-Herling, now called Middle-Herling (now Harling)
    • Market-Herling, or East-Herling (now East Harling)
    • Quidenham
    • Banham
  • Shropham, including the villages and towns of:
    • Old-Bukenham (now Old Buckenham)
    • New-Bukenham (now New Buckenham)
    • Eccles
    • Harpham (now Hargham)
    • Snetterton
    • Lerling (now Larling)
    • Rowdham (now Roudham)
    • Bridgham
    • Bretenham (now Brettenham)
    • Illington
    • Shropham
    • Hocham (now largely Great Hockham)
    • Little Hocham (now Little Hockham)
    • East, or Great Wrotham (now merged into Wretham)
    • West, or North Wrotham (now merged into Wretham)
    • Wrotham-Thorp, or Little Wrotham, now Thorp-House (now merged into Wretham)
    • Rockland-Toft (now Rocklands / Rockland All Saints; Rockland St Peter is covered in Volume 2)
    • Great Elingham (now Great Ellingham)
    • Besthorp (now Besthorpe)
    • Atleburgh (now Attleborough)
    • Kilverstone

All other place names ostensibly remained unchanged from 1736 to the present day (2009).